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Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

Everyone Communicates, Few Connect What the Most Effective People Do Differently

By John C. Maxwell
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.03 Stars

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On 8/17 Counting My Blessings wrote: The most effective managers and employers know how to communicate and connect well with their employees. I've learned this through my experiences communicating with others as well as my experiences with managers who do not do this very well. This is a book that can benefit anyone from a manager, to a ... Everyone Communicates Few Connect: What the Most Effective People Do Differently by John C. Maxwell - A review

Counting My Blessings' Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/17 Justin Lukasavige wrote: Communication is a huge interest of mine, especially since I host Coach Radio a few times a week and travel the country speaking; not to mention the coaching I do. John's book caught my attention and I picked up some great ideas. John gets to the heart of connecting, which goes much further than simply ... Great resource for connecting and relating better to anyone

Justin's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/14 Lorene Doucett wrote: I have read several of John Maxwell’s book an found them to be helpful. This one is not an exception. We all spend a lot of time on social networks “connecting” but do we really connect? According to John Maxwell’s book, no, we don’t. Connecting is an art form. Do you ever wonder why you have ... Everyone communicates, few connect

Lorene's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/11 Alvi wrote: I’ve read many of John Maxwell’s books, and once again, he has been a great help to me in both my personal and professional life through his book Everyone Communicates, Few Connect.I received this book free of charge from the BookSneeze program by Thomas Nelson Publishers, and asked to post a review. ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect - by John C. Maxwell

Alvi's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/11 ThatGuyKC wrote: We’re constantly bombarded with a deluge of communication. Emails, voicemails, snail mail, banner ads, billboards, books, presentations, magazines, notes, iPhone notifications, instant messages, texts, hallway conversations, etc. According to research studies (that I’m too lazy to dig up a viable ... Communication vs. Connection: Not One And The Same

ThatGuyKC's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/11 Rick Phillips wrote: While I found this book to be relatively easy to read and informational I couldn’t help but to be disappointed. John Maxwell has done a great job of motivating his readers but he seems to have all but abandoned his Christian roots. With his circle of influence he could do such great things for Gods ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

Rick's Rating:

2 Stars

On 8/11 Michelle Dennis Evans wrote: ‘Everyone Communicates Few Connect’     by John C. Maxwell. I chose to read this book because I would love to learn how to not only communicate, but to really connect with people on a deeper level. I was hoping to find some new skills in this book.John C. Maxwell used social media ... Book Review : Everyone Communicates Few Connect

Michelle Dennis Evans' Rating:

1 Stars

On 8/11 santos samayoa wrote: Maxwell stresses simplicity as he lays out his principles and practices of connecting. The advice is practical and a must-read for anyone who wants to improve their ability to relate to groups, individuals, family and friends Maxwell sprinkles his usual array of interesting anecdotes to support his points ... Long book

santos' Rating:

2 Stars

On 8/9 nancy kvamme wrote: John C. Maxwell’s book, “Everyone Communicates Few Connect” is not only for people who want to be public speakers. While it does include information for public speakers to connect better with their audiences it also includes ways to connect with others in all kinds of occasions. He utilizes both ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect review

nancy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/7 Kevin Hunt wrote: John Maxwell's "Everyone Communicates, Few Connect" is not necessarily a manual for public speaking or a how-to for a presentation. It's about taking the next step, by connecting, inspiring, motivating... not just relaying information and knowledge. Maxwell stresses simplicity as he lays out his principles ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

Kevin's Rating:

5 Stars